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InfiniTrap, A Hardcore 2D Maze Game Made On Linux, We Have Keys For You

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The developer of InfiniTrap has sent in a few keys for us to giveaway, it's interesting because it's made on Linux, and it's pretty hard. It's from the mind of Yanick Bourbeau who recently wrote a Linux game development editorial on gamasutra, so it's nice to see the developer still working away at it.

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About the game
InfiniTrap is a fast paced maze game for hardcore players. The game will start off with 20 levels and will be available on Windows, OSX and Linux.

Every level starts with the player character standing on the start tile. The start tile is perfectly safe-- No, trust me. It's safe. Once you leave the start tile, you have a limited time to reach the treasure before the level crushes you. To complicate things, each level will include a number of obstacles to waste your time and possibly kill you. You can make your own levels!

How to win a copy
Tell us why developing games on Linux is awesome.

All keys are now gone.

If you like the look of it, you can also vote for it on Steam's Greenlight. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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tesfabpel 11 Oct, 2015
Developing games on Linux is awesome because it's a platform that doesn't limit you...
You can do everything you want on Linux.
toor 11 Oct, 2015
Developping games on Linux is awesome because those starved penguins are going to be so grateful that they will promote you with passion, help you fix your bugs and bring many ideas to the table, as they are not zombies trapped by their OS.

Last edited by toor on 11 October 2015 at 11:11 am UTC
edve98 11 Oct, 2015
For me.. Programming ANYTHING on Linux is so much better because you can really customize your work station. And.. Workspaces! Every time I have to work on Windows machine I am raging so much in my head. Working on Linux just consumes much less time.
flesk 11 Oct, 2015
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That looks pretty neat. Also cool to know it's being developed on Linux.
aristorias 11 Oct, 2015
I don't know why its better or worse to develop (games) on Linux because i use Linux 99,9% of my time at work and at home. All i know is i have to puke as soon as i am forced to use Windows and i would never ever develop anything volunarily on a non *nix platform. At work i dont develop games but at home there is something on progress which could end up on steam some day :)
minj 11 Oct, 2015
Why developing games on Linux is awesome? Because why would you reboot/change your machine for it if you are already doing everything else on Linux?

If the question is why boot linux at all, the answer is easy: you can learn how things work and customize anything and everything because duh it's OSS.

Last edited by minj on 11 October 2015 at 11:23 am UTC
wolfyrion 11 Oct, 2015
As I have started now playing around with Unity3D and Godot all I can say that development under a Linux Machine is fantastic.
Literally I can do whatever I want without any obstacles or limitations or some weird stuff happening while I am working and what I mean by that....

Last edited by wolfyrion on 11 October 2015 at 12:03 pm UTC
nullzero 11 Oct, 2015
Developing on Linux is great, since because it is much more stable. Any glitch or hang can be usually dealt with a xkill of killall and even in the rare occurance of a major segfault its still not the blue screen of death.

EDIT: Bah wolfyrion, you beat be by 3 minutes!

Last edited by nullzero on 11 October 2015 at 11:58 am UTC
uriil 11 Oct, 2015
Developing games on Linux is nice, but why? well I'm a Linux user and game lover, so what else can I say!!
Apopas 11 Oct, 2015
Because every way of using Linux is awesome!
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